Building Memory Skills in Children

09-02-2017   |   254 View(s)

Children’s lives are enriched by their memory skills, as it also makes them discuss a lot of things and topics, which in turn also improve their language skills. It’s an art of teaching your child about enhancing their memory skills. Different children have different memory skills. Some children have high memory powers and can process and retain information easily. But, some children have small memory skills, and they need extra help and supp. Read more...

Ways to Deal with Aggressive Behaviour in Children

25-01-2017   |   663 View(s)

Anger is a normal emotion, yet it is one of the most disturbing emotions to handle. Every one of us gets angry sometimes due to various reasons. And same goes with Children! Although Anger is a healthy emotion as many times, it tells children that life is not fair and right, and they can’t be stubborn always for what they want. But, you must see how your child reacts in anger because that is crucial.Your child may be angry at you for not gettin. Read more...

Why You Should not be an Overprotective Parent

02-12-2016   |   269 View(s)

Parenting is one of the toughest jobs for all the parents and being an overprotective parent can be a drag on the child. If anything is lacking in the parenting, the child tends to become a spoilt one. Earlier, the major issue was under-parenting. The kids were the victims of negligence and inappropriate behaviour by their parents.But later on, over parenting became another hot topic. These days, the parents are over protective and over possessiv. Read more...

How to Raise an Introvert Child

05-10-2016   |   324 View(s)

In a playground, where all the kids are playing, or fighting/talking with each other, it’s not very uncommon to the point that one child, who sits alone on the bench; either observing what’s happening around or reading something or may be enjoying his company. Does that mean that the kid is shy or doesn’t know how to play or an Introvert? No, it doesn’t mean that he is incapable of playing; though, he might be somewhat reserved.It is c. Read more...

Parenting Advice : Say No to Comparison

01-10-2016   |   327 View(s)

All parents want their child to excel in everything. Parents always tend to compare their child with other children because they want to instigate competition in them so that they don’t lag behind other kids in any field. Sometimes, they compare to such an extent that both they and their child become stressed, and the psychological wellbeing of the child starts getting affected. ‘See your friend Richi, she is the same age as you, but unlike . Read more...

Parenting Tips : Support Kids at Sport !

25-09-2016   |   322 View(s)

Sport is something where every single person should be interested in. May it be watching television or playing them. Sports not only keeps you physically fit and healthy but also helps maintain a proper metabolic rate. But some of the parents are against sports. They do not want their children to participate in any sport as they consider it as a waste of time and only want their children to be academically active and not physically. This is where. Read more...

Are you worried about the Parent Teacher Meetings ?

06-09-2016   |   262 View(s)

Parent teacher meetings are the most important meetings on which the grooming of your children depends. Through this session not only do you get to know about the performance and behaviour of your child, but you also get to form a good rapport with the teacher so that you can benefit from it later. These meetings are usually for a short period, and in this little time, the most of it should be done. Here the teacher also gets to know the family a. Read more...

The Key to Raising a Responsible Child

31-08-2016   |   448 View(s)

These days one of the most problematic things that the parents need to go through is to look at the deeds and behaviour and also teach their children to do the same by providing them with a proper upbringing. The adults do have the habit of rewarding their actions and making it seem as if they meant something else. For instance, if we use two terms simultaneously like adultery and affair, the affair does not sound as bad as adultery. If we say we. Read more...